Applied Algebra and Analysis Online Seminar (AAA) aims at bringing together researchers that develop algebraic and analytic tools to tackle problems coming from different areas of science and engineering.

Weekly date during this term: Thursday 17:00-18:00 (CEST) at

Note that the talk on 10.02 will start at 15:30.

Winter Semester 2021/2022

Date Title Speaker
21.10 An algorithm for counting realizations of minimally rigid graphs using intersection theory Boulos El Hilany (TU Braunschweig)
28.10 Lipschitz continuity of sparse super resolution and its trigonometric approximation Mathias Hockmann (Universität Osnabrück)
4.11 Faster Wasserstein distance estimation with the Sinkhorn divergence Lénaïc Chizat (EPFL)
11.11 Distributed Learning in High Dimension Nicole Mücke (TU Braunschweig)
18.11 Sensitivity of low-rank matrix approximation and recovery Paul Breiding (MPI MiS)
25.11 Faster quantum and classical SDP approximations for quadratic binary optimization Richard Küng (Universität Linz)
2.12 New condition-based bounds for the number of real zeros Josué Tonelli-Cueto (Inria Paris and IMJ-PRG)
10.12 AAA in-person meeting (canceled) @ TU Braunschweig
16.12 From chromatic polynomials of graphs to maximum likelihood degree, by intersection theory Mateusz Michalek (Universität Konstanz)
13.1 TBA Felix Krahmer (TU München)
20.1 Updating and downdating of orthogonal rational functions Marc Van Barel (KU Leuven)
27.1 TBA Heather Harrington (University of Oxford)
3.2 TBA Jonathan Hauenstein (University of Notre Dame)
(at 15:30)
TBA Mathias Drton (TU München)

AAA is a joint initiative of research groups from Technische Universität Braunschweig and Universität Osnabrück.
It is organized by Timo de Wolff, Khazhgali Kozhasov, Stefan Kunis, Dirk Lorenz and Tim Römer.

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Past Talks

Date Title Speaker
15.05 The Jacobian of metabolic networks Nicola Vassena (FU Berlin)
22.05 Counting isolated points outside the image of a polynomial map Boulos El Hilany (RICAM)
28.05 (!This talk in on Thursday!) Learning with graph neural networks Niklas Breustedt (TU Braunschweig)
12.06 Learning algebraic decompositions using Prony structures Ulrich von der Ohe (University of Genova)
19.06 Toric Geometry and discrete statistical models with rational MLE Eliana Duarte (OVGU Magdeburg)
26.06 A central limit theorem for the two-sided descent statistic on Coxeter groups Frank Roettger (MPI MiS)
03.07 Partial recovery in the graph alignment problem Georgina Hall (INSEAD)
10.07 Structure Learning for Cyclic Linear Causal Models Carlos Améndola (TU Munich)
17.07 Prony-type polynomials Anna Veselovska (TU Braunschweig)
24.07 Approximate counting via polynomial capacity Jonathan Leake (TU Berlin)